Ghostwire: Tokyo's player count tops 6m

Six million players have "explored Ghostwire: Tokyo's spooky streets". That's according to developer Tango Gameworks, which recently took to X/Twitter to share the milestone with its community.

jznrpg2d ago

Didn’t finish it just wasn’t good enough to keep playing. Looks pretty though

CrimsonWing692d ago

I enjoyed it, but it’s kind of a one and done for me. Like if you 100% it and I mean getting all the spirits… ohhh loudy that was a task, then it’s kind of hard to be motivated to replay it.


Ghostwire: Tokyo's Atmosphere Is Absolutely Incredible

Ghostwire: Tokyo has atmosphere and mood in spades, with the empty version of Japan's capital capturing the imagination.

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oIMyersIo68d ago

Shame the gameplay is incredibly dull.

CDbiggen67d ago

Love how it's pretty much total agreement on that for a change.

jznrpg68d ago

The city was beautiful. The gameplay made it a mediocre game.

Abear2167d ago

An empty city, like Batman games, I just can’t.

ClayRules201267d ago

Yep, that’s a big issue for me here too. Also, my biggest gripe with the Batman games, the empty lifeless city.

banger8867d ago

I thought the game looked amazing, but I just couldn't get into it for some reason. I gave up fairly early on.

VivaChe67d ago

You didn’t miss anything. I stuck with it till I finished and, yup, mediocre to the end!


Humble Choice June 2023 lineup announced

The Humble Choice June 2023 lineup is here with eight games including Ghostwire: Tokyo and Remnant: From the Ashes.

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106d ago

Over 21 Million People Prefer Petting Dogs Over Cats In Ghostwire: Tokyo

According to some player statistics from Tango Gameworks, more people prefer petting dogs over cats in Ghostwrite: Tokyo.

potatoseal117d ago

LOL. I'm team dog all the way, so I'm not surprised. Dogs are better, come at me!!!

just_looken116d ago

You should find vids it purs and barks

If humans are doing it why not animals?

VivaChe117d ago

There’s more opportunity to pet dogs in the game. And they give you better rewards.

potatoseal116d ago

Excuses. We know you're a bitter cat sniffer

Lionsguard116d ago

I'd sniff a cat any day of the week over a smelly dog.

jznrpg116d ago

I’ll sniff a pussy - cat , pass on dogs

Snookies12116d ago

I love how the two comments above both have animal pictures for this, haha... Cats are cool and all, but I just can't vibe with the claws and the scratching.

MrNinosan116d ago (Edited 116d ago )

And NO, over 21 million people haven't even played the game.

Elda116d ago

With the game being on PS+ & Gamepass including folks that have purchased the game on consoles & PC it's a strong possibility.

EvertonFC116d ago

You clearly haven't, or you would understand the 21m

roadkillers115d ago

I played the game for a couple of hours and I dont get it. I dont remember any cats/dogs.

MrNinosan113d ago

Oh sure I have. Got the Platinum over a year ago.
The "21 million people" however, is most likely not people, but the amount of total times a dog has been pet.

Just like the amazing MS stats with bullets fired in any given GamePass shooter etc.

I'm 110% certain, 21 million different people didn't play Ghostwire Tokyo, even thou it's been "free" on both PS+ and GP.

DeusFever115d ago

This right here. Even with Game Pass and PS+, Ghostwire Tokyo did not somehow become more popular than God of War and Halo and entire the tier of Call of Duty numbers.

Daeloki115d ago

I'm not surprised it's over 21M, the game seemed fun and somewhat unique. I waited for a sale before getting it though, and I have a feeling most of those 21M had the same experience as me: played for a few hours only to realize how repetitive the game gets and then forgot about it.